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April 14, 1978 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-04-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Jewish Agency
Will Fill Posts
After Passover

JERUSALEM (JTA)
The Jewish Agency board of
governors decided to post-
pone until after Passover
the election of a treasurer
and chaiimen of the immig-
ration and absorption,
youth aliya and settlement
departments.
A 10-member committee,
comprised of five members
of the Jewish Ag,pncy
Executive and five non-
Zionist members of the
board of governors, will
make the final decision.
The persons selected for
all four posts will also hold
the same portfolios with the
World Zionist Organiza-
tion. The Jewish Agency's
board was asked to select
the officers when the World
Zionist Congress in Feb-
ruary failed to reach an ag-
reement over the selection
of someone to succeed Leon
Dulzin, the new chairman of
the WZO, as treasurer.

We're happy to announce
that this year, Maxwell HouseCoffee
will be specially marked for Passover.

The dispute is basically
a party conflict between
Labor and Likud over the
treasurer and chairman
of the immigration and
absorption department.
Dulzin and Premier
Menahem Begin have
been backing Herut's
Yoram Aridor, deputy
minister in the prime
minister's office, for trea-
surer against Labor's
candidate, Akiva
Lewinsky of Bank
Hapoalim.
For the absorption and
immigration department,
Labor supports the incum-
bent Uzi Narkiss against
Raphael Kotlowitz of Herut
Hatzohar. The non-Zionist
members reportedly sup-
ported the Labor candi-
dates.

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Certified
Kosher
for Passover
by Rabbi
Bernard Levy

First U.S. ORT
Center to Open

NEW YORK — The new
and innovative Bramson
ORT Training Center, the
first school of its kind in the
U.S., and an American
"model" of the global ORT
network of vocational in-
stallations, will be officially
inaugurated Sunday in
Manhattan.
The Bramson ORT Train-
ing Center, which takes its
place in the configuration of
700 ORT vocational train-
ing schools on five conti-
nents, is the first ORT in-
stitution in the United
States designed to provide
ORT-devised technical edu-
cation for the community.
The Center provides post-
secondary programs in
electronics-technology and
business administration.
All programs are job-
oriented and the school
maintains an ongoing ad-
missions program allowing
students to begintheir
studies at any time of the
year.
Bramson also utilizes a
self-paced learning ap-
proach. The school also fol-
lows the Jewish calendar,
observes Jewish holidays
and offers enrichment
courses in Jewish studies. •

Friday, April 14, 1978 -45

Look for Q P
you buy your Passover Maxwell Housti.

Maxwell House ,
is a registered
Trademark of
General Foods
Corporation

Starting this year, Maxwell House®, marked (:),
is Kosher L'Pesach. The Original Passover Coffee, Maxwell House®
has been gracing Seder tables for more than half a century.
Always hearty, rich and mellow, this very special coffee
is a favorite in Jewish homes every day of the year. Instant
or Regular, Maxwell House® Coffee is always
"good to the last drop."®

THE ORIGINAL PASSOVER COFFEE

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